Hotel Rural San Roque

Address: Paseo Maritimo 57-59, Pitres, Las Alpujarras, Province of Granada, Andalucia, 18414, Spain | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel is located on Paseo Maritimo 57-59, Pitres.
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          Amenities

          Activities

          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge

          Features

          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Kitchenette
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed

          Services

          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service
           

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Rural San Roque Pitres

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
           

          Travel Blogs from Pitres

          Granada and La Alhambra

          A travel blog entry by highama on Apr 16, 2015

          20 photos

          ... Med and the insanely hilly country of Spain’s southern coast. Due to the hilly country, terrace farming is a must, and it seemed that every inch of hillside that didn’t have homes, was turned into terraced orchards. I guess when you are blessed with amazing weather for agriculture you don’t waste space! We turned north at Mōtril, and were in Granada in a half hour. The clouds were looking ominous, and we drove through some brief rain, ...

          Under the Siege

          A travel blog entry by anya_chan on Dec 04, 2014

          13 photos

          ... to our expectations and we are happy to be here together. If the soldier from the verse arrived here with his sweetheart, Granada would surely turn to be the city of his dreams.

          Next time we're gonna write something about our visit to Alhambra to get it out of the way and never use word "Alhambra" on this blog again :)



          Hasta luego!


          In Polish:

          Grenada, Grenada, Grenada maja! - bohater słynnego wiersza Michaiła ...

          Magical Journey through the Alhambra

          A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Jul 30, 2014

          1 comment, 39 photos

          ... the Alhambra which includes the Casa Reales, the 13th century Alcazaba, the 16th century Palace of Charles V, and the “Generalife”.

          History

          Muhammad I al-Ahmar (1237 to 1273) founded the Nasrid dynasty. He installed his Court on the Sabika hill in 1238, beginning the construction of Alhambra. Yusuf I (1333 to 1354) was the seventh Nasrid ruler and he constructed the Comares Palace. Muhammad V (1354 to 1391) ruled during the ...

          Walking Through History in Alhambra

          A travel blog entry by ihsaneverywhere on Apr 22, 2014

          41 photos

          ... met up with everyone else and were taken back to the city for a late lunch for about 2 hours before heading back to Malaga. So a full day's activity, really. And very well worth it. Pictures were allowed and I took as many as I could, but sometimes, pictures are not enough. There are more in the photo album though. If ever you happen to be in Spain, particularly in the Andalusia region, I would definitely give the Alhambra a go. Remember to book early!
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          Tapas, tapas and more tapas in Granada

          A travel blog entry by reinapaul on Nov 23, 2013

          29 photos

          ... After having hardly any sleep on our first night we asked to change rooms- we were thankful as the snorers in the morning seemed very strange (hippie weird)- one even made a fort our of his beading in the bottom of a bunk.

          Granada is famous for its free tapa with every caņa (small cup) of beer. The town certainly didn't disappoint on this as we were treated to more than our fair share of tapas! The ...